Eric William Morris, Jason SweetTooth Williams, Molly Hager & More Set for Joe Iconis And Family St. Patty's Day Show at Laurie Beechman
Eric William Morris, Jason SweetTooth Williams, Molly Hager and more will be part of Joe Iconis And Family at The Laurie Beechman Theater. Joe Iconis And Family is nominated for a 2014 M.A.C. "Show Of The Year" Award.
Musical theater rabble rouser Joe Iconis brings his unique mash-up of showtune cabaret and rock and roll jamboree back to the Beechman, just in time for St. Patty's Day! Join Mr. Iconis and his merry band of musical theater punks as they roar their way through a set of Joe's incendiary songs, along with a seasonally-appropriate cover or two. The huge cast of brilliant actor/singers and lunatic musicians will offer you an evening where searing character studies meet drunken back room sing-alongs. This is no mere concert. This is a great, big, howling love-letter to passionate musical theater at its best and bloodiest. Grease up your kazoo, fill your whiskey glass and stay for a while. It's going to be a helluva night.
Iconis has penned the Drama Desk Award nominated Bloodsong of Love, ReWrite, and The Plant That Ate Dirty Socks, as well as the theatrical concert Things to Ruin (cast recording now available on Ghostlight Records). Several of his songs were featured on season 2 of NBC's "Smash," and his musical The Black Suits played CTG's Kirk Douglas Theater this past fall. For more information, visit: http://mrjoeiconis.com
The cast and band is as follows: Liz Lark Brown, Katrina Rose Dideriksen, Seth Eliser, Alexandra Ferrara, Molly Hager, Dennis Michael Keefe, MK Lawson, Rachel Lee, Lorinda Lisitza, Eric William Morris, Rob Rokicki, Charlie Rosen, Mike Rosengarten, Lance Rubin, Jared Weiss, and Jason SweetTooth Williams.
The Laurie Beechman Theater, located inside the Westbank Café @ 407 West 42nd Street (off 9th Ave.) There is a $15 cover and a $15 food/drink minimum. Reservations (strongly suggested) can be made by calling 212.695.6909.
Photo by Kevin Thomas Garcia